Thursday, 29 November 2012

Android 4.1.1 jelly Bean updated to Samsung Galaxy S3

Android 4.1.1 jelly Bean is updated to SIII. Sprint may be the first US carrier to unveil Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean to Samsung's Samsung galaxy s III, using the over the air update available starting today. In accessory for the usual upgrades which come along with Jelly Bean, the unit has received enhancements to the camera and also the Pop Up Play feature. Included as well in the update is really a new Easy Way of simplifying the home screens, Blocking Mode so users can disable calls and notifications for any designated duration of time, and much more keyboard options, including Swype. Additionally, owners may have access to One Touch NFC Pairing and also the AllShare Cast Wireless Hub for mirroring to HDTVs or HDMI displays.Samsung Galaxy S3 is busy receiving the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update, first in South Korea, followed by someone spotting it in Poland and earlier this morning, in Sweden. Well, Samsung UK indirectly confirmed on their Facebook page that the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update is headed for the Samsung Galaxy S3 later this month, although there was no further information on whether the firmware updates are for the operators or for the general version.

Your official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update should be coming really soon, so you might as well wait it out instead of being all frustrated and trading in your handset for something more fruity.The long-awaited Jelly Bean update for HTC's flagship smartphone, One X, has finally arrived. Several users having unlocked One X phones reportedly confirmed via Twitter they have received the Jelly bean update.

The Jelly Bean update has reached the One X with CID_038 and CID_044 in certain of the countries including India, Argentina, UK, Russia, Dominic Republic, Peru, Brazil and Sri Lanka. Additionally several members from XDA Developers have confirmed the update. The program update is anticipated to reach other countries gradually.The One X users, as HTC Source notes, will first see a small download weighing 1.6MB that is followed by the primary 364.54MB Jelly Bean update which brings Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and Sense 4+.